Clinical Director of St Vincent’s Northside
National Clinical Director Imaging
Chairman of the Diagnostic Imaging Clinical Council
Interventional and vascular radiology
Quality control issues
After attending medical school in Bristol and Oxford, I did my radiology training in Bristol, Brisbane and the University of Toronto.
I moved to Australia in 1997 to work at the Gold Coast Hospital. In 2007, I became the Director of Radiology. From 2014-2016, I worked at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Then I moved back to Queensland to continue my radiology career.
Now I’m a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist at St Vincent’s Northside in Brisbane. I’m also the Clinical Director of Imaging for Healius and I chair the Clinical Council, which advises the company on clinical matters.
Radiology is a crucial and active part of every hospital. We’re often at the centre of decision-making and we get to have a lot of contact with patients, which I enjoy.
Radiology is where computers are most effectively meshed with medicine. With so many new imaging tools being introduced, this is an exciting time to be a doctor.
I also love the flexibility that comes with radiology, because it gives you the opportunity to work across Australia and internationally.
I’m an inner-city Greenie with an electric car, electric bike and electric unicycle. I can still play soccer and I like to cook for my wife and grown-up sons.
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